Happy almost December, friends, and welcome to this month’s Pinterest Challenge hosted by my friend Cindy of County Road 407 fame. This month we are creating beautiful evening holiday tables and… Mine just happened to work out with mostly whites and golds…
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Today’s fun nighttime holiday tablescape tour was inspired by Kelley Nan’s post Nighttime Christmas Home Tour with Magical Glowing Twinkle Lights. She has a nice large front porch, which I would love, and the home tour is totally fun! I love home tours this time of year…
Her table looks lovely in her post with its gilded candelabras, candlesticks and all the baubles set on the table. Her gold inspired me to pull out my silver for this challenge as I don’t have as many gilded candlesticks. 🙂
Kelley created the prettiest gilded table here with lots of textured sparkly ornaments, twig faux bois taper candlesticks and other gold candlesticks perfect for pillar candles. Love the Christmas tree in the background!
I love how the tree is an extension of the gilding found on the table! Isn’t candlelight just so beautiful at night?
I love the neutral look, too, and that is more of the inspiration I took out of today’s challenge and where I jumped-off in my table’s vignette.
I have a number of gold and silver candelabras and candlesticks so I went for the mercury glass silver big taper candleholders as my anchoring pieces. I knew I wanted to have white as my base as I was pulling out my woodland themed animals.
From there, I added in my hand-decorated mini Christmas trees plus a few others I found decorated with little red berries, snow and a couple of glass Christmas trees thrown in the mix, too.
Like Kelley had in the background of the inspiration tablescape, I hung a Christmas wreath on the kitchen door going out into the backyard. For fun, I thought I’d wrap the two rose botanical prints this year as presents. Kinda fun!! 🙂
Adding some of our sparkly animal ornaments from our collection to my winter wonderland scene were the final touch on this nighttime holiday tablescape.
Okay, and two white linen napkins underneath it all for the “snow,” as I alluded to before. 😉
Thanks for stopping by today! I appreciate your sharing a photo or two, if you would. Lastly, please enjoy visiting Michelle from Thistle Key Lane who is up next and whose table is just lovely with holiday ornaments and fresh greenery!!!
Holiday blessings to you and your family,